I won't make you think this is easy or even that you will like military life. Second, women write me frequently to tell me about how they met and quickly moved in with a military guy only to have him leave for a school or for another duty station and never return.
These women write to me because they've been left with a pile of debt that their once-great guy now won't help pay. You probably are because you have so many questions.
These are service records of officers who served in the Royal Air Force (RAF) during the First World War (1914-1918).
He's a great guy and, honestly, I feel like I'm falling in love with him as each day goes by.
We recently discussed moving in with each other and I was super excited, but now I'm having second thoughts.
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A complication to early service number issuance was that some senior Air Force officers (such as Henry H.
Arnold) choose to simply retain their Army service numbers and did not apply for a new Air Force service number.
He said he was going to get out and go back in as an officer, but then he changed his mind and now he's in the process of transferring to become a warrant officer.
He likes the military so he doesn't plan on getting out any time soon. We've only been together three months and he's basically been gone the whole three months.
He also just told me that he might be deploying in June.